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Personal Training (1v1,2,3)
Personal Training delivers safe, effective, and innovative workouts that are varied, progressive, and are geared towards improving health, sports performance and wellness.
1/ Strength & conditioning
2/ Fat loss & muscle building
4/ Motor development
5/ Anatomy and physiology
Fundamental patterns include push, pull, squat, lunge, bending, twisting and core
Movement Neuroscience (1v1 Only)
Movement Therapy delivers a 3D movement analysis & performance system that focuses on the process of ageing and the ways we can preserve the health of our joints and of the whole musculoskeletal system so that we enhance and sustain our mobility through time.
1/ Mobility development
2/ Joint strength
3/ Neurological control
4/ Coordination and rhythm
5/ Nervous system regulation
6/ Posture correction
7/ Pain and/or discomfort of the ankle, hip, knee, back, shoulder, neck
Courses & Pop-ups
Daniel shares his knowledge and experience through 3 levels of workshops at Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific Region
Level 1/ Elasticity; Template Training
The objective of this workshop is to introduce participants to the concept of “Open Space” which is moving freely in the space and give them confidence in how to improve it.
Level 2/ Elasticity; Integrated Play
The objective of this workshop is to introduce participants to the concept of "Fundamental Movement Skills” that will present motion sequences and movement combinations that would be relevant for better harmony in life and sports.
Level 3/ Elasticity; Body Schema
The objective of this workshop is to introduce participants to the concept of “Cross Motion” which is complex integration of the contralateral and ipsilateral movement patterns of the upper and lower body in the open space. This is not suitable for beginners.
1/ 90% of the stimulation and nutrition to the brain is generated by movement of the spine – Dr. Roger Sperry (Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine)
2/ The process of ageing and the ways we can preserve the health of our joints and of the whole musculoskeletal system so that we enhance and sustain our mobility through time - Jozef Frucek & Linda Kapatenea (Movement Research)
3/ Performance is tied to diverse elements such as muscle fibers, neural control, elastic properties, distribution of loads over many joints, the respiratory system, and more – Frans Bosch (Strength Training and Coordination)
Educator, Coach & Therapist
MSc (HK) BSc (UK) CSCS (US)
Consultation by Appointment
Hong Kong / Online
Private Studio at → Central
Athletic Center at → Jordan
Email → firstname.lastname@example.org
Whatsapp → 5693 8879